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It’s HTC Sensation / HTC Pyramid day!

It’s HTC Sensation / HTC Pyramid day!

Today's HTC Sensation / HTC Pyramid day, and we're expecting the company to reveal its new flagship smartphone complete with a dual-core processor, higher-resolution qHD display and unibody chassis. Based on the leaks so far - our full rumor roundup is here - the Sensation (as we're expecting the handset to be branded) looks to slot in alongside last month's HTC EVO 3D, only without the auto-stereoscopic display.

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HTC Flyer up for SIM-free UK pre-order

HTC Flyer up for SIM-free UK pre-order

The HTC Flyer has gone up for pre-order at Carphone Warehouse, with the retailer announcing that the 7-inch slate will be available - contract free and SIM-unlocked - for £599.99 ($980). Currently listed as in-stock, the Flyer has a 5-megapixel main camera, HTC Scribe digital stylus for notetaking and annotation, and will be the first device from the company with support for HTC Watch, the company's new media streaming app.

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HTC Pyramid Photos Leaked from HTC Confidential Source

HTC Pyramid Photos Leaked from HTC Confidential Source

It appears that the folks at XDA, that vast community of developers and hackers, have gotten their hands on some super secret photos of the HTC Pyramid, a fashionable phone coming down the pipeline toward the public in a 4.3-inch display fashion. According to these most recent photos, this phone will be coming out with a 1.2Ghz processor with no name, 768MB or RAM, and a QHD resolution display. The more we see the more we like!

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Nintendo 3DS Review

Nintendo 3DS Review

Nintendo has a reputation for kooky, eccentric products, and on that front the 3DS is no different. Upgrading the now-familiar clamshell console with a glasses-free 3D display, it promises a new breed of games, impromptu social gaming with StreetPass, and the instant allure of 3D photography and Augmented Reality. Still, while Nintendo has been busy getting its freak on, the mobile gaming market has become a whole lot more serious. Just about every gadget that wants a place in your pocket - your cellphone and PMP included - wants to take care of your gaming needs as well, and so the 3DS has more competition than ever before. Can the console deliver, or do its eccentricities count it out? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HTC Incredible S Review

HTC Incredible S Review

The first of HTC's new range from Mobile World Congress last month, and tracing a direct line back to a handset almost 12 months old, the HTC Incredible S should on paper leave us cold. Packing neither the huge screen of the Touch HD, nor running the latest OS like the imminent Desire S, it's a single-core phone in what's fast shaping up to be a dual-core world. Thing is, underdog devices have a habit of surprising you, and the Incredible S is no different. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung: Glasses-free 3D TV “within the next 10 years will be difficult”

Samsung: Glasses-free 3D TV “within the next 10 years will be difficult”

Samsung has clarified its position on large-scale glasses-free 3D TV production, denying earlier reports that a potentially 55-inch set could be in the pipeline for release within the next three years. According to a new Samsung statement given to SlashGear, while Samsung's R&D is up to a glasses-free set, "attempts to put glasses-free 3D TV to market within the next 10 years will be difficult."

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EVO View 4G Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]

EVO View 4G Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]

At the Sprint event on Day 1 of CTIA 2011, a lovely humid Tuesday in Orlando, Florida, the stage was a round staircase leading up to two pedestals covered with golden sheets until whammo! They were thusly revealed. This is a 3G/4G Android tablet with dual cameras, video call functionality, high definition video capture on the back, a Flash-enabled email. On this 7-inch screen you be able to use the Scribe, a pen device that'll work out of the box with this tablet - does this seem familiar to you? It's because this is the US version of the HTC Flyer.

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